September to early November, seasonal only: Enjoy a relaxing day taking in the spring wildflowers. The exact itinerary will be unknown until the day of departure to ensure you view areas with the most abundant wildflowers.
What to Expect
With a botanical guide you will travel to various locations on Perth’s outskirts in search of the finest wildflowers.
Whilst the slope, soils and ancient granite outcrops of the Darling Escarpment are traditionally the ideal habitat and location to view wildflowers, profusion varies daily and is dependent on sunshine.
You will visit locations all around the Perth region where you can expect to find the finest wildflowers to see and smell. Monitoring the progress of wildflowers once in season ensures travel time is minimised. Kings Park is renowned for its wildflowers, plus areas such as Wireless Park, Gingin and Toodyay are also prolific at various times.
An experienced guide will help you identify rare and delicate wildflowers including everlastings, orchids, red and green kangaroo paw, banksias, bottle brush and Western Australia’s most famous orange flowering Christmas trees.
There is ample time to identify and photograph flowers, and a complimentary wildflower booklet on Western Australia’s unique wildflowers is included.
- Complimentary wildflower booklet
- Complimentary hotel pick-up & dropoff from selected Perth CBD, Northbridge and Scarborough Hotels
Know Before You Go
Profusion of wildflowers depends on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings. Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Please be advised that this tour does involve walking off-track, sometimes in bushland in order to find and see the wildflowers. Long legged pants and shoes with a good grip are recommended. Please advise of any dietary requirements.